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on the testimony of rachel jeantel. we have jose baez, judge alex, mark furman and anna si fwnch ga nicolazzi. >> there were times that the defense was soft on her. i think they were insecure about her. he spent a significant amount of time trying to rehabilitate her in his klossing. they are concerned about it. i'm not so sure the jury is. >> what do you think, mark fuhrman? >> i think that her opportunity to talk to the detectives, to talk to the prosecutors, to be deposed and then comes up at the trial, a statement was the last thing she heard was get off, get off. i think you would be inclined to disregard her entire testimony. if you just disregard that point, she gave the defense the start of their case mid prosecution when she described the conversation and the aggressive nature which trayvon martin confronted george zimmerman. >> judge alex, let's go to the question of irregularities. the former police chief talking about the pressure brought to bear on him. the president, my son would look like trayvon. now we learned this week the department of justice was helping organize some of t
witnesses and a huge piece of evidence and this case gets born on the couch of sybrina fulton, rachel jeantel, it really does smack of a political process. at what point does the defense have enough out there to argue it in closing argument? right now we're getting a smear of it but i don't know that they have enough to get down and dirty in their closing. >> let listen to one witness who was particularly noteworthy, a friend of zimmerman's. his name is tom donnelly. he said he served in the war and was able to recognize the screams of people. he had no hesitation in identifying the voice. >> there's absolutely no doubt in my mind that is george zimmerman. and i wish to god i did not have that ability to understand that. >> diana, with that story, do you think that donnelly is a more credible witness about whose voice that is screaming on the 911 call than say zimmerman's mother or trayvon martin's mother? does donnelly and his professed experties make a difference you think? >> assume for a minute the jury is not making up their mind about the voice i.d. based on other evidence, whic
instance is when mark o'mara was questioning rachel jeantel around we were going through the whole creepy ass crack ercracke not sure if i can say that on the air, it was said that trayvon martin had a racial mindset going into the situation. i think they'll throw anything they can at the wall and see if it sticks. this is really about the same way we deal with race in the open society. >> i think if nothing else, they've seen "a time to kill," with is a similar closing argument about seeing difference cases of race for individual. the jury is of course now in the middle of deliberations. "and one of the most efficient trucking networks," "with safe, experienced drivers." "we work directly with manufacturers," "eliminating costly markups," "and buy directly from local farmers in every region of the country." "when you see our low prices, remember the wheels turning behind the scenes, delivering for millions of americans, everyday. "dedication: that's the real walmart" >>> welcome back to "the lead," we're on verdict watch. let's get final word from our panel. we only have a couple of minu
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